• How labels boost office productivity

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    The day-to-day running of the office is no easy job. Business-critical tasks like managing the diaries of senior team members and helping keep key customers happy require attention that time-consuming admin cuts into.

    The last thing PAs and EAs need is to waste valuable time finding the correct files or ensuring stationery is in the right place.

    Technology solutions provider Brother UK has launched a range of high-speed, quality label printers – the QL-800 series – to help make office organisation like this easier and more efficient.

    Designed with PAs, EAs and office managers in mind, the label printers are ideal for everyday tasks like file organisation, printing visitor badges, labelling post or producing office signage – streamlining the most laborious office admin.

    What sets these label printers apart is their capability to print multiple, versatile labels in two colours – red and black – meaning drawing people’s attention to important information couldn’t be easier.

    A first of their kind for the market and Brother’s most advanced models yet, the QL-800 series also lets users produce these two-colour labels without the need for ink or toner.

    The models are ideal for those working in open plan office spaces and flexible working environments, with multiple connectivity options including WiFi and compatibility with Brother’s iPrint & Label app too. The built-in cutter and continuous roll technology also allows custom-sized label printing up to one metre in length.

    After working closely with office assistants and managers for decades, Brother UK understands the daily challenges they face. Whatever office structure you might be working in, the QL-800 series helps PAs and EAs in creating an organised, harmonious working space that can support the wider business’ goals.

    You can view the Brother range of label printers here, plus save up to 33% until 31st March 2018.

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    Toby Cruse

    Content Writer - PA Life

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